"What a curious thing," said Alice
"One might easily lose one's balance,"
As she walked through the labyrinthine tangles
Of the sea-risen city's impossible angles
...and so Alice meets Howard Phillips Lovecraft in the nightmare corpse-city of R'lyeh, and there they discuss nonsense & meaninglessness, until interrupted by... Certain Entities of an Unusual Nature...
Bringing together the imaginative worlds of H P Lovecraft and Lewis Carroll, Alice at R'lyeh explores the black seas of infinity, the dangers of adding two and two, and the advantages of being fictional.
(The full text of the poem can be read online at the Alice at R'lyeh website
Poem by Murray Ewing
. Reading by MorganScorpion
March 20, 2010
A great, (and for once, intelligent), mashup of Lovecraft and Lewis Carroll with a lovely reading by Morgan Scorpion which perfectly suits the mood.
Bears, indeed requires, repeated listening.